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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1949)
Press Foreman Speaks to SDX
On How to Keep Printers Happy
Fostering better relations be
tween editorial workers and mech
anical staff was the subject of a
discussion led by Barney Shaw,
shop foreman at the University
Press, and Nick Cavagnaro, Em
erald make-up man and night fore
man, Sunday afternoon.
The shop-talk session was spon
sored by Sigma Delta Chi, men’s
professional journalism fraternity.
Shaw pointed out the lack of
appreciation of the printing craft
shown b y student journalists.
Every printer is a highly skilled
specialist, he explained, and is re
quired to spend six years as an ap
prentice in addition to passing an
English examination that would
“scare many college seniors.”
Speed in preparation of copy and
ability to work rapidly under pres
sure was stressed by Cavagnaro.
Practical experience such as is
available through the Emerald and
labs is needed to round out class
room theory but is often neglected,
Need More Help
“Nearly 500 alumni reservations
have been made for the Hom'e
coming barbecue,” declared barbe
cue chairman Hon Brown yester
day. Brown asserted that at least
1000 persons will be served at the
barbecue, which will be held at
11:30 a.m. Saturday.
According to Brown, the menu
will include barbecued beef, salad,
coffee, ice cream, “and trimmings,
served a la paper plate.”
Brown voiced, an appeal for ad
ditional volunteers for the clean
up committee. “We have had very
good results from previous re
quests for committee members,” he
declared, “but we can still use
Spanish Film to Show
“Reina Santa,” a Spanish movie,
will have two showings today, one
at 3:30 and one at 7:30 in Guild
The historical picture starring
Maruchi Fresno as Saint Isabel,
queen of Spain, will be accompan
ied by “Tehuantepec,” a travelogue
in color. Admission charge is 35
YWCA Sets Meeting
The dinner meeting of the
YWCA Sophomore Commission
scheduled for tonight has been
postponed until Nov. 22.
Vancouver Hears Morris
Victor P. Morris, dean of the
School of Business Administration,
will speak at the “Vancouver Com
munity Forum’’ tonight at 8 in
the Vancouver, Wash. High School
Morris will speak on “The Con
servation and Development of Hu
Today is the payment deadline
for Oregana club and honorary
space, as announced by Jim Sand
ders, business manager. Checks
may be mailed or turned in at the
Oregana offices a t McArthur
Court on week days, 3 to 5 p.m.
Candidate selections for the an
nual Phi Sigma Kappa “Moon
light Girl” contest began Monday,
with one girl to be chosen from
each women’s living organization.
Women selected to represent liv
ing organizations in the contest
must return to the campus next
year to be eligible for the honor.
Six finalists will be chosen from
pictures turned in to the men’s fra
ternity by candidates. These six
will be invited to the Phi Sigma
Kappa house during the week pre
ceding final selection to acquaint
members with each contestant.
Members of Phi Sigma Kappa
will determine the final selection
of the “Moonlight Girl.” The wom
an selected will reign over the
fraternity’s annual Moonlight Ball,
held on the night of Dec. 10 in the
Last year’s “Moonlight Girl” was
Leona Anderson, Alpha Delta Pi.
She received a loving cup and her
sorority was awarded a rotating,
Pictures of the contest winner
will be sent to the national head
quarters of Phi Sigma Kappa,
where the national “Moonlight
Girl” will be chosen. The woman
student chosen to this position will
be feted at the fraternity’s national
convention in Chicago, 111., next
Night editor: Bill Holman.
Night staff: Joanne Abel, Ann
Ostenson, Jack Young.
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Frosh to Help
Clean Campus '
Freshman men and women stu
dents will participate in an all
campus clean-up from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. Thursday in preparation for
Homecoming- Weekend, Herb Nill,
Homecoming traditions co-chair
man, announced Monday night.
Men’s and women's living organ
izations will be paired for the job.
Winners will receive a prize.
Sections of the University cam
pus for each group to clean up will
be announced in Wednesday’s Em
erald. Students will not be ex
cused from Thursday classes to
work on the grounds.
The campus clean-up preceding
Homecoming is a traditional affair.
Pairings are as follows:
Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Tau
Omega; University House, Beta
Theta Pi; Sigma Kappa, Campbell
Club; Rebec House, Chi Psi; Pi
Beta Phi, Delta Tau Delta; Orides,
Delta Upsilon; Kappa Kappa Gam
ma, Kappa Sigma; Kappa Alpha
Theta, Lambda Chi Alpha; Ann
Judson, Omega Hall, French Hall;
Highland House, Phi Delta Theta.
Hendricks Hall, Phi Gamma Del
ta, Hunter Hall; Gamma Phi Beta,
Phi Kappa Psi, McChesney Hall;
Delta Zeta, Phi Kappa Sigma,
Gamma Hall; Delta Gamma, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Merrick Hall; Delta
»Delta Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha; Chi
Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Minturn
Hall; Alpha Xi Delta, Sherry Ross
Hall, Nestor Hall; Alpha Phi, Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon.
Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Alpha
Mu; Alpha Gamma Delta, Sigma
Chi; Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Nu;
| Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Hall,
Sederstrom Hall; Carson No. 2,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Stan Ray Hall;
Carson No. 3, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Stitzer Hall; Carson No. 4, Theta
Chi; Carson No. 5, Yeomen, Alpha
Music To Be Heard
In Browsing Room
An hour of recorded concert
music will be presented by Phi Mu
Alpha, men’s national music hon
orary, today from 4 to 5 p.m. in
the Browsing- Room of the Library.
The program will be announced.
Everyone may attend.
The series of programs are part
of the Ethel R. Sawyer Browsing
Room Hour. Next week Robeson
Bailey, associate professor of Eng
lish, will talk on the subject, “Wil
la Cather and Her Novels.”
Four Pairs to Enter
Four couples from women’s liv
ing organizations will enter the
semi-finals of the YWCA Upper
class Commission’s bridge tourna
ment at 4 p.m. today.
Janice Reed and Mary Vranizan,
Delta Gamma; Alice Garrigus and
Pat Petrie, Carson second floor;
Millicent Young and Nancy Gault,
Carson fourth floor; and Phyllis
Gardner and Corlista Vonderahe,
Alpha Phi, will compete today in
the Men’s Lounge, Gerlinger Hall.
Finals are scheduled for next
Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Tweedell Goes to Texas
Bob Tweedell, senior in journal
ism, has left for Dallas, Tex. where
he will attend the national con
vention of Sigma Delta Chi, men’s
journalism fraternity, from Nov.
16 to 19. Tweedell is president of
the University SDX Chapter.
Evening dresses soon will show
where the bathing suits left off.
Wn3b.v.°in Daily Emerald published daily during the college year except Sundays,
Mondays holidays and final examination periods hy the Associated Students, University of
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Don A. Smith. Editor
Joan Mimwaugh, Business Manager
Glenn Gillespie, Managing Editor
Barbara Hkvwood. Helen Sherman. Associate Editors.
Cork Mobley, Advertising Manager
^ews Editors: Anne Goodman, Ken Metzler.
Assistant News Editor: Mary Ann Delsman.
Assistant Manager Editors: Hal Coleman,
Vie Fryer, Tom King. Stan Turnbull.
Women’s Editor: Connie Jackson.
Sports Editor: Dave Taylor.
Chief Night Editor: Lorn a Larson.
Desk Editors: Marjory Hush, Suzanne Cock*
cram. Hob l'unk, Gretchcn Grondahl, Lorna
Appreciation Shown for Presents
Sent to Countries for Christmas
Gifts of American students to
students abroad are appreciated,
according to letters just received
by the YWCA International Af
fairs committee, which today
winds up its campaign for Christ
mas gifts to foreign students’ fam
Deadline for these donations is
5 p.m. at the YWCA or the Com
munity Center downtown. Living
organizations and individual stu
dents may supply items for the
families of foreign students at
One letter, received in answer
to packages sent in an aid-stu
dents-abroad drive last year, came
from Hamburg, Germany. The
“I should quote a letter I got a
few days ago from a friend of
mine: ‘I saw all the contents of
the parcels and I must say they
show a wonderful readiness to help.
It makes me ashamed again and
again when I see very strange
people undertake these things for
us after both peoples fought one
against the other during the last
“One wonderful result of our
intercourse with the University
of Cambridge is a work camp
which takes place just now near
Hamburg where 25 English and
about 20 German students build
houses for German refugees from
the East. Besides the work they
have devotion and Bible-study to
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Chi Psi toppled Sigma Phi Ep
silon 15-1 and 15-6 while in the
adjoining court the Delts were
'stemming the Campbell Club by
15-4 and 15-8 scores.
In the night's finals Beta Theta
Pi stemmed the Legal Eagles 15-5
and 15-1 and Nestor Hall toppled
Westminster 15-4 and 15-8. I
“You cannot imagine how close
one comes together even with for
mer ‘enemies’ by common work,
Bible-study, prayer and fun, as I
could experience it too last sum
mer in a work-camp with Ameri
can students. (One of them who
had bombed my native town often,
is now one of my best friends) . . .
“I can hope the work to streng
then ecumenical relations will be
much easier for me than before,
when some of my fellows were not
so interested in this . . . God bless
you and all your work.” <
Medicine Talk Subject
Dr. Theo M. Lundy, specialist ini
internal medicine, will speak on
“The New Field of Psychosomatic
Medicine” when he addresses &
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